Guided Hikes And Riding Lessons Await At This Barn Airbnb In Canada
One of the best ways to experience the wondrous landscapes of British Columbia is to surround yourself by nature itself. And this barn, nestled in the mountain ranges of Canada’s westernmost province, lets guests do exactly that. You and up to 15 of your nature-loving friends can stay here for just $25 a night per person.
The rustic Airbnb is located in a prime location for hiking, biking, swimming — in the nearby natural hot springs — rock climbing, skiing in the winter and many other outdoor activities. The hosts will take you and your friends on guided hikes and even let you ride their horses — located on the property — at no extra charge.
After a long day of outdoor adventure, you can unwind in your own private hot tub on the property or curl up with a good book by the barn’s indoor fireplace. When you get hungry, you and your friends can choose between BBQing on the outdoor grill or cooking in the fully-equipped kitchen, or even heading to the town of Invermere — a 15-minute drive from the Airbnb — to check out the local fare.
- Nine bedrooms with 24 beds total
- Four bathrooms
- A fully-equipped kitchen
- Free WiFi
- Indoor fireplace
- Outdoor hot tub
- Outdoor BBQ grill
- Canoe for six people
- Indoor gym
- Access to horseback riding lessons
- Free parking on premises
Here’s how to make this dream vacation a reality:
To reach this beautiful barn Airbnb with the least amount of travel hassle, you can fly directly from most major U.S. cities to Calgary International Airport — Calgary’s a city located in Alberta, a province in Western Canada. Once you reach Calgary, you can hop on a short hour-long connecting flight to British Columbia’s Canadian Rockies International Airport, which is a 90-minute drive to your final destination. If you’d rather save money by opting out of the second flight, you can also rent a car once you get to Calgary and brave the three-and-a-half-hour drive to your cabin — chances are that gorgeous scenery will make the drive well worth it.
So friends, when are we going?